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taxes will go up, healthcare law, medical devices and host of others. selling a home, assets, et cetera. what else? >> that's what we don't know. he's promising that for one year he won't raise incomes taxes. we know the tax increase in january could have been avoided if the democrats for two years, they could have made the tax cut permanent for foreign people, middle income people, left-handed people. they made it permanent for nobody. that telegraphs the plan. after a year they will let them go up on everyone. >> neil: two weeks ago we got in the issue of what is a tax hike? we were talking about all the special breaks, allowances, write-offs at some businesses and individuals enjoy. the thing that reagan went after in 1986. if you use these to get away with paying no taxes shame on you. the guy in the building since used it as justification. ronald reagan advocating raising taxes period. that is not what he said. what do you say? do you draw the line that credits and closing loopholes is a tax increase? so don't think about it? >> guest: no. eliminate those that don't serve purpose.
people on the medicaid doyle . some of you say that is black mailing state to make the healthcare law look success employ. weome to forbes on fox. we'll have elizabeth john and rick and vict toria and mark and rich. good to see you. emac, is it black mail? >> under the law. you will see half of the uninsured possibly going in through medicaid. the states administer medicaid and the deal with the federal government with the healthcare law, we will match a hundred percent of the cost. that will go down. if you don't do what we like we'll remove the federal fund the states, cops, fire men and teachers and transportation could get cut. >> mark, even supreme court roberts who liked the obama care and said it was not unconstitutional. but a state said who opts out stands to lose a small percentage of the medicaid funding but all of it. he said it is coercive . >> that is one justice's opinion and the fact is, it is a federal program . it was passed by congress and no cost to the state by three year after that only 90 percent it is not a state's rights issue. it is to reduce healthcare cost.
. we have some pointers you may want to know before you choose a healthcare provider for you and your family. >> reporter: open enrollment can be a tedious task for many people. this year choosing your healthcare coverage could be a lot less stressful if you know a few things up front. first there are a few changes. comparing healthcare plans should be a lot simpler. information packets will include simple summaries of coverage costs allowing you to compare not only your company's plan but your spousal's plan. women's coverage is about to get better because of healthcare reform. insurers must cover annual wellness visits and contraceptives. there are more plans to choose from. there will be more than the basic choice. new options will include employee plus spouse or employee plus children. flexible spending account alownesses are shrinking. you'll be able to set aside $2500 pretax. that's dunn from the current $5,000 limit. for more check out cnn money.com or money magazine. >>> not worrying about that popcorn you dropped or the soda you spill but somebody as to clean up after the gam
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passion. and it's not letting up anytime soon. at unitedhealthcare insurance company, we understand that commitment. and always have. so does aarp, an organization serving the needs of americans 50 and over for generations. so it's no surprise millions have chosen an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help cover some of the expenses medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. to find out more, request your free decision guide. call or go online today. after all, when you're going the distance, it's nice to have the experience and commitment to go along with you. keep dreaming. keep doing. go long. >> john: for months, mitt romney and barack obama has attacked each other but three times this fall they faced each other. debates can make a big difference. >> you will never have as many people watching the two candidates together as you are going to have on debate night. >> john: and they can't control the debates the way they control everything else.
talk about healthcare and education because we have plans on both those things. what we're going to do is roll back tax cuts -- and i want everyone to hear this because there have been exaggerations made on the campaign trail -- roll back tax cutes for people who make over $200,000 a year. we will do that. we want to keep the tax cuts that are in place for people who make less than $200,000 a year and give additional tax cuts to middle-class families, tax cuts for healthcare, tax cuts to help families pay for their college tuition, tax cuts for childcare. these families are struggling and hurting and they need more tax relief, not less tax relief. but to help get us on the path to a balanced budget, we want to get rid of some of the bureaucratic spending in washington. they've actually layered on more supervisory people, people at the supervisory level in this government. we also want to close some corporate loopholes. i want to be honest with people. we can't eliminate this deficit. people have heard that over and over and over in four years. we cannot do it. we're in too deep a hole.
that helps me get the most out of my healthcare. i want it to be simple. one plan. one card to carry. i want lower copays... and i want my drugs covered. [ male announcer ] say "hello" to more of what you want with unitedhealthcare and our all-in-one medicare advantage plans, including aarp medicarecomplete plans, insured through unitedhealthcare. one, simple plan could give you hospital and doctor coverage with prescription drug benefits and more, like vision and hearing, all with monthly premiums as low as zero-dollars. oh, and i want to spend less on prescriptions. [ male announcer ] say "hello" to value. on average, our medicare advantage members save over eighteen hundred dollars each year on prescriptions alone. call unitedhealthcare now to discuss what you want in a medicare plan. i want the freedom to pick my doctors. [ male announcer ] say "hello" to choice. unitedhealthcare has one of the largest networks, giving you the flexibility to choose, and easily change, your doctors. call today. let us help you learn more about our choice of medicare advantage plans including aarp medicare
. and using money to improve benefits but most money is used to expand healthcare coverage outside of medicare. this is the a.p. fact check. >> bob: difference between savings and gutting. >> dana: then okay, if you want to use that measurement, what biden said at the end about ryan cutting the budget was not true, because ryan over the back and forth between raddatz and biden said, no, it's 3% increase, not 4.5% increase. difference in the budget. >> bob: the other thing i thought was a great hit is when ryan had to subject himself to admitting he was for the stimulus for his district. >> dana: i agree. >> bob: two, his medicare example explanation was miserable. >> dana: no, no no. >> andrea: i agree on the first point. the first point you're right, bob. >> bob: you're acting like joe biden now. dais you said it five times. >> andrea: i don't think he was off on medicare whatsoever. he gave a great description of it. what troubled me the most is when they went to the serious and sensitive issues not just the laughing, i just wish paul ryan would have looked over at him and said joe, what do
in the system now which is why healthcare is rising faster than any other cost. >> should this board be the one calling the tune and deciding all this? >> let's hear what that calls the shots. >> there are some differences. we didn't raise taxes. you've raised them by a trillion dollars under obamacare. we didn't put in place a board that can tell people ultimately what treatments they are going to 70. we don't need to have a board of 15 people telling wlaws kinds of treatments we should have. >> let me just point out first of all this board that we're talking about can't make decisions about what treatments are given. that's explicitly prohibited in the law. what this is, is a group of healthcare experts, doctors, et cetera, to figure out how can we reduce cost of care in the system overall. >> the problem is the board controls the money. and if the doctor chooses to go with a special treatment that the board has not envisioned, they cut off his money. >> don't insurance companies do that right now? >> i don't think so. >> of course. >> if they don't like the treatment, if they think it's too
and stability you're looking for, an aarp medicarecomplete plan insured through unitedhealthcare. what makes it complete? it can combines medicare parts a and b, which is your hospital and doctor coverage with part d prescription drug coverage, and more, all in one simple plan starting at a zero dollar monthly premium -- no more than what you already pay for medicare part b. an aarp medicarecomplete plan offers you benefits like an annual physical, preventive screenings and immunizations for a $0 copay. you'll also have the flexibility to change doctors from a network of providers dedicated to helping you stay healthy. there's more. when you enroll in an aarp medicarecomplete plan insured through unitedhealthcare, your benefits could also include vision and hearing coverage, and prescription drug coverage accepted at pharmacies nationwide. the pharmacy saver program makes prescriptions available for as little at $2 at thousands of pharmacies. unitedhealthcare has worked with pharmacies in retail locations like these to get low costs for our members. when you enroll, you'll enjoy advantages l
an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. go long. progresso. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... 100 calories... [ chef ] ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> because of -- the hiv virus that i have obtained, i will have to retire from the lakers today. >> who doesn't remember that day, 21 years ago, hard to believe, next month, when nba legend magic johnson shocked the entire world with that announcement. magic is alive and well today, and reiterating a point that he has made time and deal agatime that only a man could afford in his professions, he signed on for the technologies, a manufacturer of ora quick, which is the very first at home rapid hiv test. in fact, he appeared to talk about this. >> look, doctors are already using this, so this is nothing like new. and the great thing about it, they have been using it for many, many years. and so now, it is just available to the public. and so it is great, becaus
not be at the core of the debate. the health-care programs are a significant concern. in fact, one of the interesting things is that if we had a health-care system that was as efficient as some of the european health-care systems, we would have no deficit. so that in fact it's the inefficiency of our health-care system that is a major cause of our deficits. so my mind our focus should be -- >> to make it more efficient. >> and the health-care reform passed by the congress did it do that. >> it was a move in the right direction. >> didn't go far enough. >> it didn't go far enough. and some of the things are going to take awhile. look there was a lot of pushback from the say the pharmaceutical industry. one of the things is that in the bill that was passed that provided for the drug benefit there was a provision that gave the drug companies huge amounts of money. that was cut back just a little bit. health insurance companies still get excess profits. so we have a lot of that in this part of the health-care system that we could take out. the problem is that the kinds can of proposals that say ryan put
as quickly has we marched them in. >> is the healthcare reform act the answer. mitt romney said he will refeel immediately. so what is your stance. >> the healthcare has a lot of good intenses but it's not going to accomplish those goals it. create as bigger government bureaucracy and it tries to reduce prices by initiating price controls and those things don't work. what we really need is to create free market solutions look allowing insurers to compete for your business rather than forcing everybody to buy insurance and restricting the types of insurance that those people can buy. >> how do you address the ongoing stalemate and generallal nastiness that exists in both houses. >> i think to a large extent the nastiness has been everblown by the media. stalemates are a good thing because it stops the government from making big drastic changes in people's lives unless there is an agreement about those changes. as for myself i find things aagree with on both sides of the aisle. republicans, aagree with lower -- agree withler taxes and simpler tax code. for the democrats, i think the
medical coverage if mitt romney repeals the president's healthcare reform. despite romney's claims that people who already suffer ailments would still be covered if they changed jobs, bloomberg news says this that it doesn't complain what his plan would do for many other patients. as usual, governor romney gets vague on the details. even nearly a week later he still has not filled in the blanks. but tens of millions to find affordable healthcare unattainable. they'll bring this up thursday in the debate with congressman paul ryan. 36 million people have their health eight risk. the president and vice president should hammer it home in t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t (vo) always outspoken, now unleashed. joy behar. >> on my next show, robert klein can't stop his leg, gilbert gottfried can't stop his mouth and i can't stop laughing long enough to ask a question. >> eliot: there were some folks last week before the debate who declared the presidential race over. confession time, i was one of them. but after two debate performances, one of which goes down a
poor people, one thing that effects every president in this country it's not healthcare, it's not foreign policy, it's not gay rights, it's not politics, it's the price of gasoline. i spend $2500 more per year, which could be going into my local economy on gas. i spend $5000 a year on gas as it double the price. if he care about anything in this country, le will do something to create a more friendly environment to get the price. gas down. host: wayne before you go here is a tweet from roger smith. i heard someone say governor romney didn't say salary in pay and work for free. is that true as governor? caller: i believe it is. if you look into mitt romney last year, $3 million and $4 million in donations. when his father passed away, tens if not hundreds of millions of dollars was all donated. mitt romney gave it away every penny he has now he earned on his own. judge someone not by what they are speaking of but their actions. he's created jobs. mitt romney is a good man. guest: first of all, the gentleman is correct, all governor romney wealth is money he earned and it
! yeah! minuteclinic, the medical clinic in cvs/pharmacy. accepts united healthcare benefit plans. find a clinic near you at minuteclinic.com. . >>> talking about the redskins? >> yeah and some college sports. >> yeah. >> and that is kind of weird around here. maryland has, just say, it's been a rough few years. >> yes, it has. >> for the terps and that is a nice way to put it. and this is about the tariff. no one feared the turtle. they won only two games and this is a new year. they try to get the third win already in five tries. see, people, it's baby steps what we're talking about. the acc opener against lake forest. the second quarter, maryland down 7-6 and got a good looking quarterback, ladies, tory hills to a wide open kevin dorsey w.33 yards and with that eight minutes to go and behind 14-13, another freshman and watch what he does. gets to the house. almost, an incredible 63-yard game led to a one-yard touchdown and maryland defeats wake, the third win, already more of last year. how about the hope, hope, hoping high. hey, in chapel hill, what happened to the yankees. usc with
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